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Mardi Gras 2020 Honors

Woman of Inspiration

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Tonya Hatosy-Stier, Executive Director of Woman to Woman Mentoring

The Kings announced at 12th Night

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From left, seated, David Brooks, director, Brooks Behavioral Health Services, LLC, King Comus; Kai Hagen, Frederick County Council Member at-large, Rex, King of Mardi Gras; and, Shane Shanholtz, senior buyer, Performance Food Group, King Proteus.

What We Do

Shari Scher, founder of Children of Incarcerated Parents

Our membership meetings each month include fascinating presentations by people like Shari Scher, founder of Children of Incarcerated Parents.            The Frederick Woman’s Civic Club, inc. is a united group of women dedicated to service to the Frederick community. We volunteer our time and skills to support education, health, the arts, historic preservation, and more. 

What's Happening

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MardiGras 2020 has big changes coming. Find out about our 2020 Woman of Inspiration. Nominate a Young Woman Volunteer from any of our local non-profits. And, of course, become a sponsor. There will be music from the Jazz Connection and Unique Dreams, food tastings, a silent auction, and of course, dancing!



Steiner House

Steiner House was built by architect, Stephen Steiner in 1807.

Welcome to Steiner House, home to the Frederick Woman's Civic Club, inc. Built in 1807, it is a City of Frederick Landmark and appears on the National Register of Historic Homes.  Learn  more about our home and how you can share in its rich history and beauty.  Then please join us for a tour very soon.

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